Williams Sonoma Just Marked Down Its Entire Sale Section—Including Le Creuset and Staub
Food & Wine 2hrs ago

Maybe the brand-new tools you bought at the beginning of the pandemic are looking a little tired after months and months of quarantine cooking. Maybe you've outgrown your beginner-level knife set or want to experience the hype of chef-loved cookware. Maybe you just want a new gadget for some kitchen inspiration. No matter what you're looking for, Williams Sonoma's Winter Clearance Sale is your answer.

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To kick off 2021, Williams Sonoma added tons of our favorite brands—from Le Creuset to Staub—to its massive clearance section. Right now, you can shop top-notch cutlery, baking dishes, and glassware, plus hundreds of other utensils and appliances, for up to 75% off. Everyone from beginning bakers to seasoned home cooks will find something to snag in the sale.

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One sale standout is Le Creuset's famed cast iron Dutch oven for $100 off. The 5.5-quart model is big enough to serve six people, or to use for meal prep, making big batches of soups and stews to freeze for your future self. If you're more of a casserole fan (they freeze beautifully, too), Staub's stoneware baker expertly holds heat for even bakes, boasts an easy-clean interior, and is 46% off. Plus, we feel like anyone would benefit from luxuriously soft linen napkins priced at just $3 each (originally $10).

Williams Sonoma is also running several other promotions you won't want to miss: Get up to 65% off high-end knife brands like Shun, Zwilling, and Global, or 45% off Breville juicers for a healthy start to your day. And have you seen the touchscreen toaster that went viral on TikTok? It's marked down for the first time ever on the kitchenware store's site.

Even if you aren't a part of the "new year, new me" club, the Winter Clearance event is an excellent opportunity to add quality cookware to your collection at a steal. Keep scrolling to browse our favorite kitchen deals on Williams Sonoma now before they go back to full price.

5.5-Quart Le Creuset Round Dutch Oven

To buy: $360 (originally $460); williams-sonoma.com

Staub Stoneware Covered Baker

To buy: $100 (originally $185); williams-sonoma.com

Breville Juice Fountain Plus Juicer

To buy: $120 (originally $230); williams-sonoma.com

Revolution Cooking 2-Slice High Speed Smart Toaster

To buy: $280 (originally $400); williams-sonoma.com

Emile Henry Vintage Ruffle Pie Dish

To buy: $30 (originally $40); williams-sonoma.com

3-Quart All-Clad NS1 Nonstick Induction Sauté Pan

To buy: $80 (originally $150); williams-sonoma.com

Le Creuset Skinny Grill

To buy: $100 (originally $185); williams-sonoma.com

Linen Double Hemstitch Napkins

To buy: from $3 (originally from $10); williams-sonoma.com

Wüsthof Classic Double-Serrated Bread Knife

To buy: $80 (originally $152); williams-sonoma.com

Corkcicle Insulated Tumbler

To buy: $27 (originally $40); williams-sonoma.com

Chef'n HerbZoom

To buy: $11 (originally $15); williams-sonoma.com

Riedel Maris White Wine Glasses

To buy: from $10 (originally from $20); williams-sonoma.com

Williams Sonoma Aluminum Straight Rolling Pin

To buy: $15 (originally $35); williams-sonoma.com

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